Question about 1992 Toyota Camry V6
Hi. To answer your question, yes and no. If it has R-12 in it, it needs to be removed, or, as we call it, evacuated. Then, you buy a new kit that has everything you need to adapt the R-12 fittings to the new style R-134A fittings. Then, after the system is empty, add th 134A. We do not recommend that you put R-134A into a system that already has R-12 in it. You could damage the compressor.
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May 26, 2015 | 1992 Buick LeSabre
As far as I know you only have to change the compressor and dryer-filter to comply with 134a. Other components from old Freon 12 are safe to use for 134a. There's an Urban (mechanics) legend that you can use a 134a to an r12 system, but you can't use an r12 to a newer 134a system. But be on the safe side, change the compressor and dryer to use 134a or ask an expert on refrigeration.
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